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On Monday, August 15, members of the Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School Community Cares Club along with their advisor Kayla Schweers, school principal Dr. Heather Murillo and assistant principal Erica Peralta, delivered a $2,300 check to the Suffolk County Sheriff’s Office raised through the club’s “Coins for K9s” collection drive held last spring.

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teacher conducts science experiment with fire

William Floyd High School chemistry teacher Dr. Martin Palermo recently added to his distinguished list of accolades as he was selected to receive the Empire State Excellence in Teaching Program Award, a statewide program that recognizes those who demonstrate an impressive skillset as an educator and a commitment to success for all of their students. Dr. Palermo is one of 54 educators statewide selected for this honor and only one of nine on Long Island.  

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The William Floyd School District recently appointed Mary Siano to the position of Director of Elementary Curriculum and Assessment, a role that includes the oversight of all elementary curriculum, supporting the roll-out of the newest district mathematics and ELA programs, instructional technology and the development of STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) initiatives in grades K-5. Ms. Siano has served the William Floyd School District for the past 29 years in various roles, such as a special education teacher, elementary staff developer and Teacher Center Director.

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